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step. the unbearable deep freeze is delivering yet another day of biting cold temperatures. >> this blast of cold air is now hitting the south. >> forecasters expect freezing rain and dangerous accumulations of rice along the carolinas and tennessee. manti te'o has admitted he lied to the media and the public after learning that the girl he met online didn't exist. >> the alleged mastermind behind the hoax reportedly posed as the woman on the phone using a female voice. >> hey, babe i'm just calling to say good night. i love you. >> it didn't sound like a man. it sounded, sounded like a woman. protesters clash with police in cairo on the second anniversary of the public uprising that toppled hosni mubarak. a 14-year-old australian boy has been rescued from fast-moving floodwaters in queensland following heavy rain. from l.a. a rescue worthy of hollywood, featured a small dog and a somewhat elaborate zip line system. all that --
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>> oh the 450-pound snowmobile lands on his head. >> how are you doing over there, jimmy? i'm just kidding, i don't give a [ bleep ]. >> the next greatest generation will be one of men and women who will fight and die together to protect this nation. >> on "cbs this morning." >> the hope is that we can now finally defeat the taliban by giving them the silent treatment. captioning funded by cbs welcome to "cbs this morning." today vice president joe biden is bringing the battle of gun control right to the heart of the opposition. >> biden is taking his case right to pro-gun virginia the move comes after democrats in congress rolled out their plans. nancy cordes is on capitol hill. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. and they started with perhaps the most controversial measure,
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an assault weapons ban. it was a key component in the recommendations that vice president biden made to the president earlier this month, and this morning, he will be making his case for it in a speech in richmond virginia which gets under way in about an hour. mr. biden is even taking the fight online making his gun control argument thursday in a web chat. >> i'm much less concerned, quite frankly, about what you'd call an assault weapon than i am about magazines and the number of rounds that can be held in a magazine. >> reporter: the bill senate democrats introduce thursday would ban both. it's a tougher version of the assault weapons ban that congress let lapse in 2004. this version closes some of the loopholes that manufacturers were able to exploit last time. >> military-style assault weapons have but one purpose, and in my view that's a military purpose, to hold at the hip if possible, to spray fire to be able to kill large numbers.
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>> reporter: the bill would ban the sale and manufacture of 157 different weapons, though people who currently own those guns would be allowed to keep them. >> how are you going to go hunting with something like that? you kill something there's nothing left to eat. >> reporter: but so far that argument has not swayed congressional republicans who argue the real issue isn't guns it's mental illness. >> that's what we've got to figure out how to deal with how to identify those people cure them if we can, separate them if we must and prevent them from obtaining dangerous weapons in any case. >> reporter: and democrats have another challenge, some of their own members disagree with a ban or come from rural states where voting for the ban would be politically perilous. some of the senate democrats like monday montana's max baucus mark pryor and mark begich are up for re-election in 2014. feinstein says she knows she has an uphill battle. >> you know, i did this once before. this is a complain.
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if it takes one year two years, three years, i have just been reelected. we're going to stay the course. >> reporter: she points out there are more than 2,000 types of hunting and sporting firearms that would not be affected by this ban and this is just the first in what democrats say will be a series of bills that they are going to unveil over the next couple of months that deal with gun violence mental illness and school safety. charlie and norah? >> nancy cordes thank you. republicans across from the country are in charlotte, north carolina, this week, trying to come up with a new game plan to win voters. last night louisiana governor bobby jindal had tough words for his fellow gop members. >> we got to stop being the stupid party. i'm serious, it's time for a new republican party that talks like adults. it's time for us to articulate our plans and our visions for america in real terms. it's no secret we had a number of republicans that damaged the brand this year with offensive and bizarre comments. i'm here to say we've had enough of that.
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>> former mississippi governor haley barbour, good morning. >> good morning, charlie. >> republicans have been the stupid party, says the governor of louisiana. >> well, the point he made is exactly right, when you consider what two senate candidates one in indiana and one in missouri, the comments that they made were stupid comments offensive comments, and in today's world, when a candidate in one state says something the negative effect of that can spill over to lots of other candidates and bobby jindal was exactly right. it's interesting, though charlie, that one of those candidates todd aiken, actually received more than $1 million of campaign contributions from the democratic leader of the senate harry reid's pac helped that guy win the republican primary, and that was well reported in the state of missouri after he made that comment, you could see why
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the democrats wanted to run against him. >> governor it was an interesting speech by governor jindal yesterday and he called the party's "obsession with government bookkeeping a rigged game and a wrong game." that the party needed to focus on more things. do you think that was a repudiation of the paul ryan approach or the tea party approach that focuses on fiscal matters? >> no, i don't think it was at all. it was an honest stimtatement that when you talk in washington budget terms you're committing yourself to a lot of things that not only the public doesn't understand, but it's very misleading. in washington, it is a cut when spending goes up but just not as fast as was planned. for the average american family that is spending goes up more slowly. for the left, they say to the public they're cutting spending by trillions and trillions even though spending's going up to get in that jargon and to use
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that lingo, bobby jindal is exactly right, we need to make the truth obvious to voters. >> governor there's certainly a lot of soul-searching i think going on with the republican party and governor jindal's speech last night exemplified that. however you hear people like speaker boehner saying it's president obama trying to annihilate the gop. is president obama do you think the problem or do you think the party itself has to make some policy changes in order to recruit and attract different voters? >> this is my 12th presidential election. i've been around where we won a few more than we lost i've been around where we lost. this is an election that republicans are upset about because they feel like they could have won, that the president, you're talking 51% of the vote. >> you're looking back at the campaign. >> that explains that. >> it seems to know from peggy noonan and a whole range of people especially the speaker to accuse the president of trying to annihilate the party, that takes it to the future not
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the past. >> well look this is the most political presidency we've ever had, it's the perpetual campaign, as soon as the campaign was over and we started talking about the first serious piece of business the fiscal cliff, the obama administration ran it purely like a political campaign. if you heard the president's state of the union address where the vast majority of americans are worried about economic growth about job creation about these gigantic unprecedented deficits and the debt that our country has, he hardly mentioned that. >> all right, governor. >> in his inaugural dress. >> governor barbour, good to see you. >> thank you norah and charlie. the nation's deep freeze is creating problems. firemen in lawrence massachusetts, had to fight two fires in the subfreezing weather, dealing with frozen hydrants and hose lines and in chicago these are new pictures of the snow as it falls on the windy city this morning. chicago is one of many places expecting a wintry mix today
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says meteorologist augustyniak of our minneapolis station wcco. >> the snow falling in the midwest already where chicago is getting some snow detroit is getting some snow and all in response to the warmer air which will slowly be developing across the east and northeast. the ice has been a problem especially north of i-40 and in northern tennessee through kentucky and later today working into western north carolina western south carolina a quarter of an inch of icing at most, enough to slick up the roads for sure and there are schools closed already there. little farther north in the cold air from north of virginia to washington, d.c. to new york city, developing through the evening commute, some light snow enough to cause problems especially in the evening commute for d.c. one to three inches there, looks like an inch or less in new york city. for "cbs this morning," i'm mike augustyniak from minneapolis. from weather to the economy, you hope the world economy is on wall street, but now in
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switzerland. many are in davos for the annual world economic forum but this year their focus is not on europe. anthony mason joins us from davos. anthony good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. maybe it's the bracing mountain air but there's been a pronounced mood swing in davos. 12 months ago it looked like the financial collapse in europe could lead to a global recession. what a difference a year makes. in the hallways and meeting rooms of the world economic forum where top bankers, business leaders and politicians come every year to swap intelligence there's a sense the global economy has finally turned a corner. as ken frazier, ceo of pharmaceutical giant merck. >> i think the u.s. economy is poised to take off. i think it's been through some tough times. i think it's the strongest economy in the world. >> reporter: the imf forecasts the global economy will grow 3.5% this year a healthy number, and if there's debate about how soon things will get
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better, muhtar kemp the ceo of coca-cola, is confident they're not going to get worse. >> a year ago there was a lot of fear here. that's largely gone. >> i don't think it is right to say it's gone. think of it as walking on ice that isn't too secure. but i think everyone expects the ice to hold. >> reporter: what could crack that ice? if congress and the white house can't agree on the deficit or the debt ceiling. will washington work is the theme of a seminar in davos today. house majority leader eric cantor, who is here will have to answer. that's the question on a lot of people's minds, why can't the u.s. get its act together? >> you know i think the thing that differentiates the u.s. from so many of the other countries especially in the eu we know how to fix our problem, and we're just at lagerheads as to which way to go. >> reporter: but the head of the
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international monetary fund christine lagarde said here "the u.s. has to confront this." if those decisions are postponed again -- >> well it will be pushing the can down the road again which was the reproach that we made against the europeans and i don't think that the u.s. should fall in that trap. >> reporter: and with the u.s. economy now showing renewed strength, the feeling here is that the u.s. could help pull up the rest of the world, if washington could just get out of the way. charlie, norah? >> anthony mason thank you. in the international press institute reports that 132 journalists were killed around the world last year and reporting on the war in syria is especially dangerous for westerners. more than two months ago american freelance correspondent james foley was abducted by armed gunmen and hasn't been heard from since. he's a friend of our own correspondent clarissa ward who is now in london. clarissa, good morning. >> good morning, norah and charlie. >> and you know james foley.
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how concerned is everyone? certainly his colleagues. you know him. >> everyone's extremely concerned, as you said before james was abducted by armed gunmen on thanksgiving day. he was on his way out of syria, trying to reach the turkish border and since then really nothing has been heard from him. we don't know who has him, we don't know what the motivations were for kidnapping and really in that part of syria there's no way of narrowing it down. it could be rogue or criminal elements from within the free syrian army and rebel fighters it could be extremist elements. it could also be there are still pockets of regime presence in northern syria, in the province and of course there are the pro-regime militias known as shabihab so it's hard to get a sense of who has james. >> if syria is one of the most dangerous places for reporters to cover, how do you cover the story? >> it's incredibly challenging. this is not the same as
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reporting from iraq and afghanistan where you were traveling with a conventional army, where you had access to medical care if something were to happen to you. traveling with rebel fighters trying to ascertain which groups are the most efficient or the most disciplined or the most accommodating to western journalist journalists, it's really almost like cracking a safe and there's an enormous amount of prior preparation that needs to be done before you take a trip into a place like syria, and even with all that preparation, it's still incredibly incredibly dangerous. there's an inherent level of risk that is impossible to mitigate and that's why you're seeing so many journalists being killed in syria. >> clarissa ward congratulations on the dupont award. thank you very much for joining us this morning. turning to the case of manti te'o, the football star defended himself before a national television audience but as chip reid reports there's word of yet another twist. >> what i went through was real you know the feelings the pain the sorrow that was all
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real. >> in his first tv interview since the scandal broke, all-american linebacker manti te'o told katie couric he didn't know what to do or say after receiving the news that the supposed girlfriend he only knew over the phone and who he thought had died of leukemia hadn't died at all. >> i think what people don't realize is that the same day that everybody else found out about this situation, i found out. >> reporter: what te'o did over the next few days was continue to tell interviewers that the love of his life had died a tragic death back in september. >> to see your son being accused of promoting a story prolonging the story and lying about this story. >> i'm proud of this guy. i really am. he's not a liar. he's a kid.
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>> reporter: and the strange story continues to twist in the wind. thursday the lawyer for alleged hoaxster ronaiah tuiasosopo said he pretended to be the non-existent girlfriend in a long series of phone calls to the football star. >> it didn't sound like a man. it sounded, sounded like a woman. >> hey babe i'm just calling too to say good night. i love you. i know that you're probably doing homework or out with the boys. >> reporter: tuiasosopo is a singer who posted video tops the internet. ♪ te'o by his own admission spent hundreds of hours on the phone talking to someone he thought was lenay kekua. >> and at that time on december 8th, two days after i found out she was alive, as a 21 years old, i wasn't ready for that. >> reporter: the stakes for te'o are enormous. he had been widely expected to be a first round nfl draft pick but this bizarre event plus his poor play in the college
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football championship game have put his future in doubt. for "cbs this morning," chip reid, washington. it is time to show you some of this morning's headlines from around the globe. "haaretz" reports on the egyptian revolution that toppled president hosni mubarak. "the new york times" says north korean officials warn they plan a third higher level nuclear weapons test the weapons program is aimed at the united states. the "wall street journal" says president obama's pick to head the securities and exchange commission could signal a shift, mary jo white, known for going after white collar crimes. "usa today" reports new tax hikes for roads. massachusetts is consideringdering raising the state's gasoline sales and income taxes or imposing a tax based on how far someone drives. virginia wants to end its
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gasoline tax and increase the sales tax instead. and "the washington post" has details of a new strain of norovirus. it appeared in australia last march and is spreading in britain. here in the u.s. it's caused half of the 266 norovirus outbreaks since september. it's responsible for about all right. starting out with a lot of clouds around the bay area, fog thick around san jose. reports of some scattered light showers outside today. visibilities down to a quarter mile in concord and napa so watch out for fog. hit and miss scattered showers. highs in the 50s and 60s. cold air on the weekend and maybe a few cold showers. warming up next week. weather report sponsored by new
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>> >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald good morning, everyone. 7:26 on a friday. i'm frank mallicoat. get you updated now on some bay
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area headlines. police are looking for as many as four suspects for a murder in south san jose. a man was stabbed multiple times in the kenwood neighborhood last night. san francisco mayor ed lee is calling for calm on super bowl sunday. he is asking bartenders in the city to cut off those who had too much to drink to avoid vandalism like back in october after the giants won the world series. businesses around the shark tank are celebrating the return to hockey back to san jose. the cash registers were busy last night as the sharks won their home opener over phoenix. they are off to a 3-0 start. got your traffic and weather for a friday coming up right after the break.
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good morning. we have a couple of different accidents out there. 880 is a mess. there's a traffic alert just issued through milpitas southbound 880 approaching 237. three lanes are block. you can see how much it's stacking up behind the accident
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scene. also, southbound 880 a live look at oakland. at last a car fire blocking one lane approaching 98th. it's backing up past the oakland coliseum. now let's take a look at the san mateo bridge. westbound 92 there was an accident in the flat section. you can see a car pulled someone over to the right-hand shoulder. that is traffic. for your forecast here's lawrence. >> a lot of fog outside now. around the bay area some of the visibilities down to a quarter mile. looking over russian hill you can see some clouds out there right now. some thick fog showing up in the valleys. had a few raindrops shopping up as well this morning. our high-def doppler radar showing you some of those scattered showers. temperatures only in the 50s and the 60s this afternoon with a couple of raindrops a little unsettled cooler over the weekend.
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♪ a 14-year-old boy in australia is alive after a daring save. he managed to hold onto a tree until a rescuer with a rope was
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able to drag him through fast-moving floodwaters. one of more than a dozen such rescues in recent days torrential rain from a cyclone triggered the floodwater. welcome back to "cbs this morning." google received more than 240,000 requests last year for data, joining success john miller former assistant fbi director. good morning. >> good morning. this is the seventh report it's up, what does it tell us? >> well it tells us that computers and electronic communications are more and more involved in the commissions of crime, but it also tells us that law enforcement is getting more adept at figuring out how to use these things to do everything from mapping a suspect's social network to try to determine if they can find the criminal network in there as well as determining if something's happening. >> should we be worried about this because they're using this as kind of warrantless searches.
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>> okay, so there's a lot of press out there about this and the headlines all say government warrantless snooping of your e-mail is up. these are very charged terms so let's do a quick civics lesson on how this is supposed to work in real life. when they talk about subpoenas, when you look at the numbers, you see the big numbers are in subpoenas, and then the smaller numbers are in court orders and other things so when you're talking about subpoenas, that is them saying who does this e-mail account belong to? what is the name and address on the other side of this? when you talk about court orders, that's all right, now we've determined we have probable cause, we want to go to a judge and say we want to read some of these e-mails, and then when you talk about you know title iii orders and things like that, that's when we say we want to watch this e-mail in real time, like a wire tap. >> if you are an individual and your google searches and your google e-mails, there is plenty of evidence that you don't necessarily need a subpoena, law
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enforcement doesn't, in order to look at that and that has people worried about the government snooping. unfair? >> well, the government first of all we have to do the ladder step approach. if you ever talked to an fbi or dea agent and about their caseload and how many cases they're carrying at once the idea they have time to go snooping through people's e-mail over curiosity is absurd but you talk about what it takes to get that, a subpoena is for transactional subscriber data. if you want content, you pretty much have to go to a judge to get a court order. >> you're suggesting no law enforcement official with access to e-mails is not going to -- is always going to exercise perfect discretion and integrity? >> i would say that's definitely not true. and i would say -- >> we are all human. >> but i mean i think -- >> curiosity gets the cat. >> i think what you have here is
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they make more mistakes than they have through malice. web the fbi got the national securities power from the patriot act the inspector-general did an audit and found out there were widespread abuse of of the nsl and what you saw was a small percentage of cases where because of the complexity of the process to actually fill these things out and get them that they made a lot of mistakes. we also found that they weren't getting information even through the nsls they messed up that they weren't entitled to. >> john miller thank you. >> if i have access to your e-mails i'm never stopping. >> we will definitely read those. >> it would be very boring. >> charlie's would be boring. >> well i read all his when i was at the fbi. >> all right, everybody. when you think of smog los angeles or phoenix probably comes to mind but right now the worst air in the country is hovering over salt lake city utah and ben tracy shows us why
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it could mean some big changes. >> reporter: the city known for its clear skies and white capped mountains is now choking on a heavy blanket of smog. the environmental protection agency says this month salt lake city has the worst air quality in the country. >> if you can see it you probably don't want to be breathing it. we've had a long string of this. it doesn't really give our lungs a chance to heal and do well. >> reporter: the problem is caused by what's called a temperature inversion, when the valley surrounding salt lake city is colder than the sunny mountain areas above it that warm air aloft acts like a lid, trapping the cold air and pollution over the city. soots from car exhaust and industrial emissions create the toxic smog. the epa cutoff for clean air is 35 micrograms of pollution per cubic meter. salt lake city hit 130 microgram this is past week. more than 100 utah doctors are calling on state leaders to declare a public health plnlg. they want to lower highway speed
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limits to 55 and shut down inis enrater-based businesses that cause mass pollution. >> people would be encouraged to use that we'd have less cars on the road. if we had a wood burning ban in effect that would be a huge amount of less particulate matter that doesn't sit in the valley. >> reporter: the utah's governor office sent out a statement "while the current air quality does not meet legal criteria to declare an official public health emergency, we should all be actively doing our part to minimize emissions." for now doctors are telling people not to exercise outdoors to avoid breathe breathing the air. for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. it was the most talked about country in the summer before 9/11. the murder of chandra levy. the case could be falling apart. we'll show you why, on "cbs this morning."
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"48 hours" correspondent erin moriarty reports on the case that captured the nation ten years ago. >> reporter: a bombshell disclosure, ingmar guadica had been convicted. citing safety concerns raised by new information the judge sealed court records and issued a gag order. >> the attorneys cannot even go in along with the people who are reporters, you know news people. >> reporter: in january
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spectators were kicked out of the courtroom. the case is now so shrouded in secrecy, not even levy's parents know what's going on. >> whether they have to have another trial or have another suspect or whatever we don't know. they can't tell us because it's secret. >> reporter: sex, power, murder the recipe for a media firestorm. in may 2001 chandra levy a beautiful young woman from california mysteriously vanished. suspicion fell on her congressman gary condit. one year later her remains were found in rock creek park. while condit was never charged, his political career was derailed. guandica was convicted in 2010 on a case without any physical evidence linking him to the crime, but two women said he attacked them in rock creek park around the time levy disappeared and a jailhouse snitch claim
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guadica confessed to the murder. the defense attorneys accuse prosecutors of withholding information. >> he's a convicted rapist and illegal alien, i mean he's not legal at all or working or anything, he's just a criminal so he shouldn't go free. if he's innocent of murder, he shouldn't be in jail for it. >> no matter what goes on our daughter's dead. it doesn't really matter except that they get the right person. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," erin moriarty, new york. >> you covered this story, so what do you make of these developments? >> i have to say, i always doubted that ingmar guandique was the murderer. there was circumstantial evidence, it wasn't clear so i'm really interested to see how the case turns out why it's sealed and what we'll learn and poor
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>> 1.43 million cables a year come to the state department. they're all addressed to me. they do not all come to me. >> she didn't see the cable. let me ask you a question. were name time warn err cableer cables because that would explain why they never show up. >> don't we know that about cable companies. a pair of new studies hope to answer the mystery behind the cause of migraines. dr. joshua cohen is a neurologist at the institute of st. luke's hospital here. welcome. >> thank you. >> we know lighting causes headaches. there are a whole range of other things but is weather one of them? >> yeah. so a lot of patients with migraines will notice headaches are worse before a storm rolls in they'll start to feel the headaches as the pressure changes. we think the bear metric pressure is the cause of the headaches. >> millions of americans have debilitating headaches. what causes migraines?
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>> it's a jeannette ek disorder. they're actually born with it. at some point in their life they get it. for women it's around the menstrual period. other things can bring it on including stressful life events head trauma can start the headaches. >> if you have a migraine what should you do? >> there are a lot of didn't treatments available for migraine. oftentimes patients will start with over-the-counter medications but most will need prescription medications that are specifically targeted toward the changes in the brain that happen during a migraine. >> i told you earlier a friend of mine had acupuncture and it brought some relief. >> it is one of the alternative treatments we do employ. we tend to approach each patient differently and really tailor a treatment to them individually. >> there's another that says these triggers are overrate and can things like lights and chocolate trigger migraines?
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>> there are a lot of triggers but we don't think it's one to one. it's not that you're exposed to it and you get a headache. we think it's multifactorial. it's not just bright lights but you're out in bright lights and you didn't get a good night's sleep and you're stressed. >> what the best ways to prevent migraines? >> so for a lot of people, simple lifestyle changes can have a huge impact being well hydrated eating regularly, sleeping on a good schedule getting good sleep and exercising regularly. for those who have more frequent headaches, they may need to go on headache. >> what are the differences? >> there are lots of different causes. >> but the headache itself is the same in terms of what you feel inside. >> there are lots of different things. migraine is usually a one-sided headaches with a lot of related features.
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>> i notice you're a neurologist with a specialty, i said do you suffer from migraines united said yes. so not only are you a patient in some ways you know a lot about this. what personally do you do to make sure migraines don't come on? >> so i also employ a lot of the lifestyle changes. i have medications to use to knock it out. for a while i was on preventive medicine to stop them from happening. >> good information. nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you, norah and charlie. we'll talk with bob schieffer right here on "cbs this morning." . >> announcer: cbs "healthwatch" brought by egg land's best eggs. better eggs better nutrition, better eggs. trition? it's eb. eggland's best. better taste. better nutrition. better eggs.
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. facebook's mark zuckerberg has found a politician he really likes. we'll show you the rising star who's about to cash in as a result. and if your super bowl party means buying a tv consumer >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald good morning, everyone. 7:56. i'm frank mallicoat with your cbs 5 headlines on this friday.
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san jose police officers are looking for several suspects in connection with a deadly stabbing that happened last night in the kenwood neighborhood. the identity of the victim has not been released. get ready to pay for parking on sundays in san francisco. the new rule went into effect on the 1st but for the first three sundays of the month the city was giving all the drivers a break. starting this sunday, all the meters will be active from noon to 6:00. so bring your quarters if you are heading to the city. traffic and weather for a friday coming up right after the break. stay right there.
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morning." firefighters have a new enemy, icy-cold temperatures while they battle flames. but changes are on the way. ahead of next week's super bowl consumer reports rates the best television for your dollar. first shear a look at today's "eye opener at 8." >> military assault weapons have but one purpose, to be able to kill large numbers. >> this is just the first in what democrats say will be a series of bills that they are going to unveil over the next couple of months that deal with gun violence. >> the nation's deep freeze is creating new problems. >> snow and ice already falling in the midwest where chicago is getting snow detroit is getting snow. >> with the u.s. economy now showing renewed strength, the feeling here is the u.s. could help hold up the rest of the world if washington could get out of the way. >> is president obama the problem or do you think the party itself? >> this is an election that republicans are upset about because they feel like they could have warned. >> the search engine that's searching you.
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google is handing over more information about its users to law enforcement. >> you are suggesting that law enforcement officials with access to e-mails is always going to exercise perfect discretion? >> i would say that's definitely not true. >> right now the worst air in the country is hovering over salt lake city utah. >> if you can see it you probably don't want to be breathing it. >> manti te'o defended himself before a national television audience. there's words of yet another twist. >> turns tout practical joker who posed as manti te'o's girlfriend was a man who used a high fall set toe voice. this time i think adam sandler has gone too far. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. a week of icy weather is giving way to snow and rain across much of the midwest, east and south. >> this is what it looked like in indianapolis this morning as light snow falls across central
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indiana. meteorologist mike ag ag of our minneapolis station wcco is watching the big chill. what's the latest? >> good morning. the snow in the great lakes, it's more complicated, ice to the south and that does include northern parts of tennessee, kentucky and later today working into north carolina and south carolina, even northern georgia getting up to a quarter inch of ice in many cases. that's prompted many school districts to cancel or delay school. snow a problem farther north as we go from the afternoon into the evening. that includes washington, d.c., philly new york city. snow totalwise it won't be a lot, but it will hit at a really bad time up to an inch in downtown d.c. that would be the heaviest snowfall in about a year. it should be in and out in a few hours' time. still a messy drive home later today. >> mike, thanks. there is praise this morning for the president's nominee to head the securities and exchange commission.
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former u.s. attorney mary jo white was picked by president obama yesterday. white was aggressive in prosecuting money lawners and terrorits. mr. obama says she'll be a toughen forcer on wall street. >> you don't want to mess with mary jo. as one former sec chairman said mary jo does not intimidate easily. that's important because she has a big job ahead of her. >> the president says he's depending on white to take on what he calls irresponsible behavior on wall street. republican party leaders are searching for the way forward, democrats are facing new struggles within their party. with us bob schieffer, chief correspondent and host of "face the nation." he's also been nominated as an inductee into the hall of congress. congratulations. >> well, if you live long enough. >> it's more than that. two big ideas, one, what's happening in the republican party and what do you make of
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republicans saying the president wants to annihilate them. >> well you heard haley barbour early this morning. i think he speaks for a lot of republicans when he said we thought this was an election we should have won. i don't know if they should have, but i think they very well could have because, you know you started out with very high unemployment. you had an economy that was not in great shape. you had all of those signs, polls showing most people thought the country was headed in the wrong direction. and yet the republicans lost. i think they're just trying to figure out now how they can broaden their appeal. that is the problem. they're talking a lot about what they can do with about the logistics and tactics and auld of that. what they have to do is find some way to appeal to young women, to asians to hispanics, to african-americans and to people who are not the kind of
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folks that sit around the men's grill at the country club a bunch of hold white guys. they're doing pretty well with some of them. they've just got to find a way to get beyond that. i think that's what they're doing. you heard bobby jindal in a speech he made last night saying we've got to stop saying stupid things. that's kind of basic. parties have a way, they have a way of coming back. what they'll be able to do last night, we'll see. at least they recognize they've got a problem i would think. >> bob i want to turn to the issue of gun control because certainly we saw democratic senator feinstein introduce that legislation yesterday. now it appears the president and the vice president are going to take their case directly to the american people to try to build some support. but it appears that harry reid the democratic leader in the senate may be one of the roadblocks. >> well harry reid is up for re-election in 2014. he comes from a western state
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where this is a very very serious issue to a lot of people out in that part of the world. people who live in remote areas, they feel like they need to have a gun. this is going to be tough. i don't know if this assault weapons ban is going to pass or not. what i do know is i think the atmosphere around here has changed. i think before this session of congress is passed there will be something done whether it's background checks something else to strengthen these gun laws. it's just newtown changed things around here. i really think it's going to be a tipping point. i think what the administration is trying to do is build support out in the country so that washington will take notice. this is going to be a tough one. die ian feinstein is going to be with us sunday to talk about it on face the nation. this is something you'll hear a lot about in the coming month.
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>> bob schieffer, thank you. congratulations. you can see bob and his guest, senator dianene feinstein, police commissioner ray keller and newt gingrich this sunday on "face the nation." later "60 minutes" will have the first ever interview with president obama and secretary of state hillary clinton this sunday night. >> secretary clinton is preparing to return to private life as she leaves her post next week, but not without facing new speculation about her spectacle. on wednesday during her testimony to congress you might have noticed she was wearing special glasses. they have tiny vertical lines on the lenses. a spokesman tells "new york magazine" that clinton will be wearing these glasses instead of her contacts for a period of time because of lingering issues stemming from her concussion last month. he says that secretary clinton is able to see just fine. facebook founder mark
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zuckerberg has friended new jersey governor chris christie again. he's hosting a fund-raiser for christie at his california home next month. zuckerberg and christie first teamed up when zuckerberg pledged $100 million for new jersey's public schools. a movie about another young entrepreneur apple co-founder steve jobs is causing a stir. a clip from the film has been released. it shows jobs played by ashton kutcher talking to his future partner wozniak. >> this is freedom to create and to do and to build as artists, as individuals. >> look you're overreacting. even if you were developing this for freaks like us and i doubt you are, nobody wants to buy a computer, nobody. >> well, in a response posted on a blog wozniak says the scene is
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totally wrong. he says he is the one who first understood the value of personal computers. >> they were an interesting couple though steve jobs and wozniak. i wouldn't be surprised if wozniak is right since he was there. >> i was going to ask you, charlie, who is telling the truth, how did it go down? >> it's mainly what a script super bowl sunday is just
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. it was a stunning and brutal end to a life of luxury. tomorrow night "48 hours" reports. the story has it roots in the rat pack era of jfk and sinatra. >> reporter: back in the swinging '60s the fountainebleu hotel was the place to be in miami beach. >> it was absolutely magnificent. the glamour, the people that were there. >> reporter: from presidents to pop stars to everyday people who wanted to see and be seen. the family that owned the hotel
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were the novacks, ben and bernice, successful miami beach royalty. >> everybody wanted to see what mrs. #avack were wearing. >> reporter: but ben and bernice were not as charging as his famous parents. >> everybody was intimidated by him because he would fire house maids or valet people whoever he wanted to. >> he sounds like a tie rant. >> he was. he wasn't easy to like. >> reporter: flash forward to 2009 rngs a mysterious murder more than 1 2rkz 00 mile was in the suburb of rye brooke. >> when i first walked in it was an overwhelming scene. it was like my god, i can't believe this. >> benji novack the prodigal sunson and self-made millionaire
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was bludgeoned to death with his eyet cut out. >> he had these weights and started hitting him. >> who would go to such excessive lengths to inflict such injury? >> somebody with a cold heart, know they. >> reporter: he lived a lavish style and one of the world's largest batman memorabilia include a replica of the vehicle. >> he was brat. he wanted people to fear him. >> reporter: that meant he had no shortage of enemies. the murder happened as benji novack was host ang amway convention. >> you had a hotel full of suspects. >> right. we didn't know which way to go. is this a robbery or target. >> reporter: he was there with is h wife of 20 years, narsi. they had a complicated and mercurial relationship. >> i don't think anyone but
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narsi and ben knew what went on in their lives. >> reporter: as detectives learned more about the case the case became more complex and tangled. >> there were a cast of characters. girlfriends. it really had it all. sex, murder, and money. >> troy robert is here. with all the suspects how did they narrow it down? >> ten days after the murder detectives received an anonymous murder implicated benji's wife narsi. with that tip they began investigating and putting this crime together and they found co-conspirators who confessed to this really complicated murder plot which led to her arrest. >> when somebody cuts your eyes out in a murder, that's very very personal. that's not just some ram iran dom act. >> it was brutal. i heard stories that she was involved in voodoo and that's what -- she probably directed that attack on him and it was
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very, very personal. >> did they ever find out who wrote that letter? >> gayle her sister. >> her sister? >> her sister wrote the letter. and that letter also lead to another murderer. it uncovered another murderer. >> we'll see all of this on "48 hours?" that is a story. the moral of the story, be nice to people always. you can see troy's entire story called "crazy love." that's a good name for that. tomorrow night at 10:00 on cbs. jennifer lopez has had a few changes in her life including her boirfriend who's 18 years her junior. all right. i asked j.lo about that. what does her mom
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cbs 5 news headlines. the drakes bay oyster company sued the government about an expired release in the point reyes seashore. a judge will hear the case today whether they will be evicted. two high school students shot wednesday afternoon were asked about shoes on a walking path near the el cerrito bart station. police didn't elaborate on the types of shoes. those teens are expected to make a full recovery. the two gunmen though are still on the loose. and san francisco mayor ed lee is calling for calm on super bowl sunday. he is asking bartenders in the city to cut off those who have drunk too much to avoid the kind of vandalism that happened in october after the giants won the world series. super bowl xlvii airs right here on cbs 5 on february 3rd. traffic and weather on a friday coming up right after the break.
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good morning. it's a pretty busy one if you are traveling westbound 237 for your silicon valley ride. that drive time is in the red between 880 and zanker road. getting there southbound 880 is pretty backed up, as well. we had that earlier accident approaching dixon landing. we had another car fire approaching 98th so it's still stop and go from oakland down towards hayward and into fremont. drive time still in the yellow. that's where that accident was southbound 880 approaching dixon landing road. for a while it was a traffic alert and several lanes were
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blocked. bay bridge metering lights were on. traffic is still light getting towards san francisco. that is traffic. for your forecast, here's lawrence. >> liz, we have had a couple of patches of fog and showers showing up around the bay area this morning. our mount vaca cam looking interesting. you see those high clouds up above. that fog down below is going to break up. we are going to still leave a chance of scattered light showers outside. our hi-def doppler is picking up on that this morning although it's beginning to tail off a bit. still a chance to see scattered showers in the afternoon especially over the south bay mountaintops. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. over the weekend showers a possibility temperatures in the 50s, warming up and drying out the middle of next week.
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welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up this half hour -- that's jennifer lopez singing. jennifer lopez earned more than $50 million last year and she was named the most powerful entertainer by "forbes" magazine. now j-lo has a new life as a single mom and new love interest who is getting lots of attention. that's the love interest right there. we talk about it all and that's just ahead. >> so that's where they met? >> yes, that's where they met, on the dance floor. seems to be working. first it's time to show you this morning's headlines from around the globe. "the new york times" say there is's movement in the fight against cancer. researchers found mutations that may show how melanomas and other cancers develop. the mutations were discovered in the part of dna that regulates the gene. >> "usa today" says some states may raise taxes to pay for highway repairs an mass transit. at least 13 states considering hikes in payroll and estate
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taxes. j.j. abrams will direct the next installment of the "star wars" franchise. set for release in 2015. "the times" in south africa says 15,000 crocodiles escaped from a farm during flooding this week. only half have been captured. one was found on a school rugby field. locals are being told do not approach the crocodiles. should we say that twice? do not approach the crocodiles. raven linebacker ray lewis has a hands-off policy when it comes to the lombardi trophy. cbs sports brought an authentic one and lewis warned teammates to stay away from it until it's earned on super bowl sunday which is the last game of lewis's career. 100 million people watched
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last year's super bowl. more than 7 million bought a new tv. if you're looking for one, paul reynolds electronics editor of consumer reports is here with a clear picture of the best new models. welcome, paul. >> thank you. >> someone wants to buy a new tv for the super bowl. what should they look for? >> it's a super bowl. you want probably the biggest set you can afford and you're going to want one that really is great for sports that handles motion really well that is able to see from anywhere in the room. you probably want something really big. you want to start with what the technology you need is. a lot of the sets are lcd sets big range of sizes, very nice bright pictures. two of the three sets we'll look at today use a lesser-known technology which is plasma which is really good for sports. you great viewing angles no matter where you are in that
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party room. for the super bowl you'll be able to see great and it handles motion well. >> when you're watching the super bowl, i think size matters on the big screen don't you think? >> absolutely. probably you l have a party, a lot of people in the room. the good news is more sets than ever in really big sizes. people may be surprised that they're not cheap, but a lot cheaper than they used to be even a few years ago. >> so what do you recommend? >> well let's start off with a samsung set. this is a 51 inch set, $650 for a 51-inch set. pretty good picture. will make everybody pretty happy. the sound is okay. this is a really good kind of budget option now. >> a great price. >> that's a great price. moving on -- each of these sets is about twice as expensive as the one before and bigger. moving on this is an lg set, an lcd set, but one of the lcd sets that handles motion well. it's not going to be blurred
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when they have that big touchdown. it adds internet access which is great. more sets have that now. you can go online. you can have your netflix, even browse the web on these sets. >> what about audio? >> audio is very good on this set. there's not that many that do have that. what we found is sets are getting thinner and it's hard to get really good sound. a lot of people may want to connect the set -- if you're serious about audio, you want to put a sound system on it or one of these things called sound bars which are little speakers that go in front. >> one more tv the third tv talk about that one. >> that is the "impress the neighbors" tv. the price is high. it will cost you at least 2500 bucks or so. the design is really beautiful. the picture is outstanding. this is one of the best tvs our testers have ever tested. great deep blacks handles motion really well very good sound. this is going to wow people. it's going to be a great set through the rest of the year as
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well. it really is pretty outstanding. >> impress the neighbors. >> if you have to start shopping online or in the store, which one? online or in the store? >> it's great to start online because you'll get great prices. you can go into the store and use those prices to negotiate. our readers did that and those that were able to get a steal saved like $100 on average. >> paul reynolds thank you. >> remember you can watch super bowl xlvii next sunday here on cbs. we'll be in new orleans next week. "cbs this morning" comes to you from jackson square on thursday, friday and saturday. >> and we're there, too. i like it. jennifer lopez is back on the big screen. she's also getting some attention for the much younger man in her life. and he's younger! i had lunch with jennifer the other day and that conversation is nex
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welcome to toni welcome to tonight's episode of "jimmy kimmel sucks." i'm your host matt damon. just for starters let me ask you this as an audience is it weird to see a person with actual talent host this show? look at him over there. look at jimmy over there with the gag in his mouth. you've never been funnier, my friend. >> matt damon seized control of ""jimmy kimmel live!."" the oscar winner is a regular butt of jokes. he used his star power to bring along friends, co-stars like ben affleck, andy garcia and nicole kidman. lots of fun. welcome back to "cbs this morning." jennifer lopez seems to have nine lives and living a pretty good one right now. i sat down for lunch with j-lo at new york's marx restaurant as
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her film "parker" is being released. we talked food younger men and spanx. ♪ ♪ >> your favorite pig-out meal? >> i probably like to eat puerto rican food. that's probably my favorite. >> mine is always cheeseburger. spanx or thong? do you even wear spanx? >> yes i do. it's nice to get a smooth look. it's good to have that lining. >> best sex 20s, 30s or 40s? >> that's a little bit too personal. >> no, it's not. >> yes it is. you notice the 12 cameras. >> i would answer if you would answer. >> you see! see how it is out here? it's a jungle out here. i think it depends on the partner.
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jennifer, what are you having? >> i'm going to have the butter nut squash soup. >> i feel like i should get the cobb salad. >> have the black truffle pizza. you want a cheeseburger. >> i do. i like anything with truffles. >> black truffle pizza. >> black truffle pizza and then i would like fries with kevin en and mayonnaise. hand-cut. >> so they cut it with their hands. >> i wouldn't mind a little roasted brussel sprouts because i'm watching my figure with the pecans and aged balsamic. >> cancel all that and get the cheeseburger? >> i'll do that. what is it that you still want to do that you haven't done? >> it's funny. you just go how long is everything going to go on?
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i have kids. >> do you worry, how long this could last? >> of course. i don't know of a performer who doesn't think that. even though i feel like i know -- on another level i know i'll be doing this for the rest of my life i do know that. there's still that -- >> is this cranberry and pineapple with a little bit of sprite? >> i can just tell by the color. >> she knew that wasn't right. >> do you feel comfortable in your own skin nowadays? >> yes. >> tell me about that. >> finally. it took a long time for me to get there. part of it was learning to accept myself and love myself for everything that i was, not just for the parts that people thought were good but the other parts, too, what people were criticizing me for. once i started loving all that i kind of relaxed a little bit. i started appreciating that i am this person.
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this is who i am. i am a romantic i am driven you know -- >> i do love love too. >> what's wrong with all that? sorry. >> are you a hopeless romantic? >> yeah. >> do you feel that you want to keep trying until you get it right? >> yes. >> do you feel that? >> don't you? >> yes jennifer yes, i do. >> doesn't everybody? >> no, not everybody does. >> you're right. some people give all. i won't give up. >> lopez has given up on what others think about her 18-year age difference between boyfriend and back-up dancer casper smart. >> i look at somebody like you and i think, wow, how is she -- >> what is she doing? >> not what is she doing, but how is she doing and -- >> at first i didn't feel okay with it. at first i just loved it. then you think what am i doing. i've always looked at
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relationships for the future what are doing? are we getting married? now i'm like maybe it's okay to just be in the moment. maybe it's okay to just enjoy this for right now. who knows where it's going? there's love here. relax. >> i met your mom. what did she say when you said mom, i really like him. >> when she found out we were seeing each other, she was like what are you doing? i told her. i don't know what i'm doing. just ride with me real quick for a minute. afterwards when she went on tour with us and she saw us together. she was like are you happy? i was like i am happy. i'm happy right now. don't ask me any other questions. she was like okay. >> okay. oh, my gosh jennifer i love that. >> she's my mom. she wants me to be happy. >> she doesn't want you hurt. >> but the simplicity of "are
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you happy." >> if anything goes wrong or anything is going to go right, she'll be there. >> you're going to love that. this is what i get, blittal black twigs. what is that? i'm just joking. >> oh my god. >> what did i tell you? it's delicious. >> as she maneuvers through her divorce to singer mark anthony, she says the toughest part is talking to their 5-year-old twins, max and emme about it. >> it wasn't until recently that they say where is daddy, didn't he used to live here? i say he's at work. when is he coming back. i'm saying baby i'll explain it to you when you're bigger because you're not going to understand. but here is what i do know mommy and max and emme are always going to be together. mommy is always going to be here. mommy is never going anywhere. that comforts them for whatever kind of difficult questions are to come. >> do they know mommy has a new movie?
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they can't see this movie. they can't see "parker." >> no. >> what was it about "parker?" it seems to be a shift on what jennifer lopez does on the big screen. >> in a sense it went back to what i usually do on the big screen. when i filmed "parker" in between the two seasons of "american idol," i realized this is what i need to do i need to get back to this. >> jennifer wants the record to show that this isn't -- she didn't order this. she's sticking with her soup. >> when you think of dreams come true because you started out as jenny from the block, what were your dreams? >> for me in the beginning it was to have shoes with no holes. we used to wear our shoes until there was a hole right under the bottom of the big toe. one day i'm going to have enough shoes where i don't have to wear the same ones all the time and i don't have to get a hole in
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them. >> mission accomplished. you can have shoes with no holes. >> uh-huh. >> do you have a new definition of success? >> a new definition of success would be health and happiness for my children. for me that's like the biggest job i have is making sure that i raise them in a way and i live in a way that shows them how to be happy and healthy and that they have that. that for me is the ultimate -- would be the ultimate success in life, to not mess that up. >> to not mess that up. >> i love that she makes no apologies. >> what i love about that the interview itself was in the moment. >> yes, it was. >> and the message of the interview was live the moment. >> yes. >> i like both of those. >> live the moment enjoy your life and don't worry about what others think as long as you're okay with it. >> he's young enough to be your son. she said i'm happy and that's all that matters.
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>> taylor hackford specifically asked for her for the movie and she's flat terd. the name of the movie is "parker" it opens today. >> for more on our interview you can go to
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tomorrow on "cbs this morning saturday", inventions that revolutionalize how we experience the world. we'll look at five new innovations that promise to change our lives within five years. that's tomorrow on "cbs this morning saturday." >> that does it for us. as we leave you, we'll take a look back at the week that was. have a great weekend. ♪ from sea to shining sea ♪ >> another inauguration. >> yes it's very exciting.
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>> it's nice you can call him a friend. >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. inaugural addresses are all about a president's vision. >> now the question of reuniting the country around big issues. >> you're not worried about a second term. >> not only am i not worried, i don't think the president can afford be worried. >> i do hope we can get down to work as soon as possible. >> why did you come all this way? >> four years ago this area was completely packed. >> the secret service have been prepping through the night. >> assault teams and the motorcade sniet was the first time secretary clinton testified about the events in benghazi. >> united states simply didn't know enough about what was happening. >> anybody can be on the front line. they're fighting they direying and they've shown they have a great skills. >> he'd been hiding in an office
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and managed to get a phone call out to his family. >> it was part of a story. it was a ten-year hunt compressed in a two-hour -- >> it's such a compelling story. >> he's single. women like him he's one of the top bachelors. where am i going here? >> i don't know. >> i don't know about you. when i tell a little white lie, it's all over my face. i don't ratchet it up to that gale force. >> yes. ♪ to the ramparts we watched ♪ >> lip syncing is not that hard to do. i could continue movestop moving my lips and the voice would continue. >> much ado about nada. i'm sitting here in a jason wu dress i wore in your honor today. >> driving, racing makes me feel like freedom. >> this is the greatest
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experience known to mankind, at least for yours truly. >> it's like throwing yourself through a washing machine. it's amazing how violent it is. >> i think it's a pretty swell story. >> would you want to do that? >> no. >> it's like oh pimm limn picks in cooking. it's some of the best chefs in the world. >> do you wear spanx? >> yes, i do. >> you do? >> it's nice to get a smooth look. >> we'll do this together. ♪ obama's on fire ♪ >> somebody at the table is 39. >> 39. >> i love the wrapping job. you spent so much time. >> with passion and dedication, let us answer the call of history and carry into an uncertain future the
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>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald good morning, everyone. 8:55 your time. i'm frank mallicoat with your cbs 5 headlines on this friday. san jose police officers are
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looking for several suspects in connection with a deadly stabbing there. it happened last night in the kenwood neighborhood. the identity of the victim has not been released. this morning, san mateo state senator jerry hill will propose some changes in california's law about mountain lions. he wants the department of fish & game to be allowed to rescue injured or orphaned mountain lions. current law says it's illegal to rehabilitate mountain lions. two cubs were shot last month in half moon bay. and get ready to pay for parking on sundays here at san francisco. the new rule went into effect on the first of the year. for the last three sundays of the month the city gave drivers a break. this sunday all meters will be active from noon to 6 p.m. so you have quarters, you better bring them in on sunday. how about a little weather? the weekend is here. lawrence, what's it looking like? >> a little cold over the weekend. unsettled weather ahead today, some fog, some low clouds around parts of the bay area early on this morning. looking toward mount diablo,
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that fog is going to soon break but we still could see a couple of scattered light showers around the bay area. our cbs 5 hi-def doppler radar has been picking up on raindrops early on today. a chance we could see a few more of those popping up toward the afternoon. highs will be in the 50s and the 60s. plenty of clouds outside today, maybe some more scattered showers especially over the south bay mountaintops. over the weekend, cold storm drops in bringing a chance of showers and some very chilly temperatures. we are going to check on your "timesaver traffic" coming up next.
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good morning. traffic is still a little slow on the upper deck of the bay bridge. a car broke down bridge crews have since cleared it but still expect slow traffic on the incline section but traffic is easy at the toll plaza. still "friday light" there. and because of earlier problems, expect delays along the nimitz freeway. you're looking at live pictures of 880. it's going to be slow in the northbound direction passing the coliseum. the really slow stuff you're going to see leaving fremont heading into milpitas because of an earlier accident. that's a look at your friday commute. have a great weekend, everybody. captions by: caption colorado
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>> rachael: today... >> chili on chili, you ready for that? >> rachael: three game day cooks battle it out to see who has game in the kitchen. >> yeah, smells good. >> rachael: and jerry springer will take a whiff.
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as soon as he's done singing that is. ♪ ♪ [singing] >> rachael: then... >> boom! >> rachael: tackle your next game day party like a pro. then you put it in it. and score big with game day guests with four simple words. then we're going to pull the meat and sauce off the bone and put it in the sandwich. [cheers and applause] >> rachael: welcome, everybody, welcome. now i know it's still just over a week away but super bowl is coming. it's about a week away that means the big game we all look forward to whether your team is in it or not is exciting it's the super bowl.
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